2 Kings Chapter 19 Discussion



 
  • Rob on 2 Kings 19
    2 kings v 19

    ... that all the kingdoms of the earth may know that thou art the LORD GOD , even thou only .
  • Andy G van den Berg on 2 Kings 19
    On 2 KINGS 19:10

    The Word of God is God ( John 1:1) and not for any private interpretation ( 2 Peter 1:20). If it records in Rev. 12:9 that this whole world has been deceived, it did not speak of a particular country, group of people, person or religion, it meant the whole world.

    For a better understanding and the 'spiritual truth' what it means to repent, and learn how and by whom 2 Cor. 11:13-15) this whole world has been deceived and what mankind must do to be reunited with the true and living God, we invite you to seek Him according to the Spirit of truth; whom the world cannot receive ( Matthew 7:7; John 14:17).

    The word 'Repent' in different forms (repent, repentance, repented, repentest, repenteth, repenting), is mentioned 110 times in the KJV, and there seems to be a great misconception what the true 'spiritual' meaning of the word is. The word 'repent' used in the New Testament was translated from the Greek word "metanoeo", and means to change, transform, to think differently or reconsider.

    Only through Repentance will God be able to reveal Himself, and adopt you as His sons and daughters ( Rom. 8:15,23; 2 Cor.6:18; Gal. 4:5; Eph. 1:5; Hebr. 12:5; 1 John 3:1) and reveal to you how this whole world has been deceived ( Rev. 12:9) and overcome this world ( 1 John 5:4).

    The word 'Repent' means a lot more than what people by nature have been conditioned to believe. It is the key principle of all the teachings of Jesus Christ and the axiom (basis) of the Word of God and a prerequisite and primary requirement for the salvation of mankind. It means the changing of spirits - to turn from darkness to light and from the power of Satan unto God ( Acts 26:18).

    It is only by revelation of God that people will come to know the true Christ ( Daniel 12:4,9; Amos 3:7; Matthew 16:17; Luke 2:26; Romans 16:25; 1 Cor. 2:10; Gal. 1:16; Eph. 3:3,5; Rev. 1:1). It should be remembered that it is a narrow way that leadeth unto 'Life', and few there be that find it ( Matthew 7:14).
  • Stanjett - in Reply on 2 Kings 19
    Jesus is not an angel.
  • ZGIo ROD - in Reply on 2 Kings 19
    where in those scriptures does it say it was Jesus? it doesn't at all. so why are you claiming such thing with no evidence?
  • H.A.M. on 2 Kings 19
    2 Kings 18-19 Isaiah 36-37: same account of an event in King Hezekiah's life: How he trusted in the LORD GOD did what was right in HIS sight: the LORD defended him against the army of the Assyrians God sent the Angel of the LORD, Jesus, HIS Son to kill the whole army then when the king ran lived in Nineveh, God had the king's sons to kill him. Trust GOD HE WILL DEFEND you! IN JESUS, AMEN!
  • Stephen Botts on 2 Kings 19
    The angel of the Lord is the pre-incarnate Christ, Jesus Himself!
  • BSP on 2 Kings 19
    Verse 29~The Israelites may have wondered how they were going to have enough food to eat during this time, but God promised that he would provide for them. They needed strong faith in order to believe in that promise.
  • BSP on 2 Kings 19
    Verse 35: King Hezekiah prayed to Jehovah God and God responded by sending his mighty angel to kill 185,000 of the Assyrian soldiers. God can save us in ways that we may never have expected.
  • Pam on 2 Kings 19
    How incredable and awesome when we first came to God and believed Him to save us.
  • Phindile on 2 Kings 19
    He stand by his word if u trust in him
  • Georges Jean on 2 Kings 19:35
    Could it be that this verse was a metaphoric explanation for God's Power to destroy His enemies or was it a literal version of God's Angels? Whether this is a literal translation, I have to say that the numerical mentioned and the action are right.
  • Jim Stroud on 2 Kings 19
    This is an encouraging scripture. Men may boast of what they will do but this chapter re***ures us that when God is in control He will accoplish His purpose. He is the Almighty God still in charge. That is why we need Him on our side in America today.
  • André on 2 Kings 19
    @Thomas,
    Because both sections are telling the same story. In fact there would have been a problem if they were contradicting each other over the same story, but exact copy is not a problem at all.
    Now did the chronicler of the kings of Israel insert that section of the book of Isaiah in the book of kings? that we can not tell, what is true is that both books were written under God’s inspiration. And the exact likeness just proves the author is but one, God, with different writers, Isaiah and the chronicler.
  • Thomas colbert on 2 Kings 19
    I would like to know why 2 Kings 19 reads exactly like Isaiah 37 word for word, does anyone know?
  • Duncan on 2 Kings 19
    How so wonderful that God can be found! King Hezekiah, at his wits` end, facing certain annihilation, sought God, and found Him, and God delivered him, in a supernatural way, and that was but a small thing for God. I believe with my whole heart that in these perilous times we live, a man or woman that desperately seeks God can and will find Him, and through this him or her, God can deliver many people who would otherwise with all certainty die from one calamity or the other. I know God does not delight in the death of anyone who has not yet known Him, who is still living in their sin.Oh how I earnestly pray that I will find God soon, and walk with Him as Elijah did, if only to be used of Him to bring salvation both literal (physical) and spiritual to others whom God is reaching out to!
  • Agnes on 2 Kings 19
    i think God is still the God Almighty. What He said He will do. When His children cried unto Him in truth, He hears and answer. That is the case of Hezekiah. He spread the letter and prayed and God used the angels and son of Sennacherib to slain the enemies of God


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